Columns and Opinions across Nigerian Newspapers


Media freedom and the threat of impunity - The past half a decade has been perhaps the most challenging years since Nigeria’s return to civil rule in 1999.  Literally, the fate of some 160 million citizens have been caught between nationalist insurgents in the south, and Islamist terrorists in the north, with no relief from a distressing canopy of spectacularly poor evidence at governance, and thieving politicians left, right and centre. Narrating these evidently polarising experiences on a daily basis, falls on the media, that has had a mixed bag of brilliant moments and, just putting it straight,